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Wheeling, W. Va. (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 7
Sigel on the Russian alliance. --Gen. Sigel made a speech at Wheeling, Va., last week. A report of it says: He took the ground that the fever through the country, now prevailing, for an alliance with Russia, was a new danger, and also a danger indeed. It would be a diplomatic alliance — not one of principle, and it would lose us moral support and sympathy from the only friends we had in Europe. The liberty-loving masses of Europe — of England, France, Germany, Poland, Hungary, hate Russia. Besides, such an alliance would bring us no strength. What avail is Russia? She seeks us for her own diplomatic, selfish purposes
Russia (Russia) (search for this): article 7
made a speech at Wheeling, Va., last week. A report of it says: He took the ground that the fever through the country, now prevailing, for an alliance with Russia, was a new danger, and also a danger indeed. It would be a diplomatic alliance — not one of principle, and it would lose us moral support and sympathy from the orinciple, and it would lose us moral support and sympathy from the only friends we had in Europe. The liberty-loving masses of Europe — of England, France, Germany, Poland, Hungary, hate Russia. Besides, such an alliance would bring us no strength. What avail is Russia? She seeks us for her own diplomatic, selfish purposes. rinciple, and it would lose us moral support and sympathy from the only friends we had in Europe. The liberty-loving masses of Europe — of England, France, Germany, Poland, Hungary, hate Russia. Besides, such an alliance would bring us no strength. What avail is Russia? She seeks us for her own diplomatic, selfish purpos
France (France) (search for this): article 7
Sigel on the Russian alliance. --Gen. Sigel made a speech at Wheeling, Va., last week. A report of it says: He took the ground that the fever through the country, now prevailing, for an alliance with Russia, was a new danger, and also a danger indeed. It would be a diplomatic alliance — not one of principle, and it would lose us moral support and sympathy from the only friends we had in Europe. The liberty-loving masses of Europe — of England, France, Germany, Poland, Hungary, hate Russia. Besides, such an alliance would bring us no strength. What avail is Russia? She seeks us for her own diplomatic, selfish purposes
Hungary (Hungary) (search for this): article 7
Sigel on the Russian alliance. --Gen. Sigel made a speech at Wheeling, Va., last week. A report of it says: He took the ground that the fever through the country, now prevailing, for an alliance with Russia, was a new danger, and also a danger indeed. It would be a diplomatic alliance — not one of principle, and it would lose us moral support and sympathy from the only friends we had in Europe. The liberty-loving masses of Europe — of England, France, Germany, Poland, Hungary, hate Russia. Besides, such an alliance would bring us no strength. What avail is Russia? She seeks us for her own diplomatic, selfish purposes
Poland (Poland) (search for this): article 7
Sigel on the Russian alliance. --Gen. Sigel made a speech at Wheeling, Va., last week. A report of it says: He took the ground that the fever through the country, now prevailing, for an alliance with Russia, was a new danger, and also a danger indeed. It would be a diplomatic alliance — not one of principle, and it would lose us moral support and sympathy from the only friends we had in Europe. The liberty-loving masses of Europe — of England, France, Germany, Poland, Hungary, hate Russia. Besides, such an alliance would bring us no strength. What avail is Russia? She seeks us for her own diplomatic, selfish purposes
Sigel on the Russian alliance. --Gen. Sigel made a speech at Wheeling, Va., last week. A report of it says: He took the ground that the fever through the country, now prevailing, for an alliance with Russia, was a new danger, and also a danger indeed. It would be a diplomatic alliance — not one of principle, and it would lose us moral support and sympathy from the only friends we had in Europe. The liberty-loving masses of Europe — of England, France, Germany, Poland, Hungary, hate Russia. Besides, such an alliance would bring us no strength. What avail is Russia? She seeks us for her own diplomatic, selfish purposes